Join Rev. Pamphlet, pastor and founder of the First Baptist Church, as the congregation constructs their first permanent building. This will be the first church where a majority of the congregation is enslaved. Gowan and other Williamsburg residents will discuss their role as members of the community and within the church. This event has limited seating due to social distancing. Please arrive early to secure a seat.
Dates & Times
Voices in the Community
Social Hour at the Inn
Head to the Social Terrace after work to relax with specially priced wine, beer and cocktails as well as small plate appetizers. Monday - Thursday, 4-6pm. April 1-November 30
Open to the Public
Donor Visit with a Nation Builder
Museum members and donors who contribute $250 or more annually to the Colonial Williamsburg Fund are invited to visit with a Nation Builder. Reservations strongly recommended.
Free Event Ticket
Phillis Wheatley and the Music of Freedom
Join the Governor’s Musick in a musical exploration of the paradox of freedom as seen through the poetry of Phillis Wheatley, an enslaved person and well-known poet.
Art Museums Admission